DECLINE AND FALL by Evelyn Waugh

DECLINE AND FALL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Again an experiment in bringing to the fore a novel of earlier date, by an author whose recent work has widened his market. Woollcott felt that Waugh was England's most gifted novelist the publishers feel that this early novel deserves to be available again. An extravaganza, a satire on old school tie, on smart set house-parties, on a social order which the war is bringing to its end. Line up your Waugh enthusiasts tell them this reissue of his first novel is in the offing.
Pub Date: Jan. 1st, 1928
ISBN: 0316926078
Page count: 308pp
Publisher: Little, Brown
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15th, 1943




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